Married at First Sight UK bride left terrified after getting death threats over wedding uproar | The Sun

MARRIED At First Sight UK's Jess Potter has revealed she's been sent death threats after her wedding to Pjay Finch.

Jess, 31, broke down on their big day when she found out Pjay, also 31, works as a stripper.

The dental hygienist was so upset to learn of Pjay's choice of career that she even threatened to boycott their honeymoon.

Taking to Instagram Jess shared that the backlash since her wedding aired on TV has been so huge that she's even had threats.

She said: "Can people stop sending me death threats because I've literally done f*** all wrong in this situation.

"You were not at my wedding. Let's remember it's edited to hell so not everything you see is what happened.

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"There's a lot more context to it. I never disrespected anyone, I never did anything out of order – we actually had an amazing day, danced to Chaka Khan and got p*ssed on white wine out of a jug."

Jess previously defended herself in an Instagram post, saying she was worried Pjay's career would "mess with her head".

"I wasn't judging Pjay, but coming into this experiment I literally said just don't put me with a stripper or anyone who works in night life," she explained of the scenes.

"I need someone to be present in my relationship, I was in shock.

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"It's more my trust issues and not being able to see my husband on a weekend, I don't have anything against him being a stripper.

"I don't think I can deal with it because it would mess with my head, and my mental health is more important."

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